Bargaining Partners: UNIFOR Collective Agreement: June 30, 2022 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: “I am pleased that more than 30,000 public servants have negotiated new interim collective agreements in good faith. This is another example of the respect our government has always reserved for Canadian public servants. We remain committed to our good faith in collective bargaining and hope to continue to secure agreements that are good for public servants and fair to Canadian taxpayers. The agreements would cover a four-year period and would include economic increases of 2% for each of the first two years and 1.5% for each of the remaining two years. These interim agreements also include new measures to facilitate their implementation and compensate workers who do not receive retroactive payments or wage increases within agreed timeframes. The following notices provide the Staff Community with a policy interpretation, guidance and updates on collective agreements, classification, compensation and labour relations, as well as the guidelines of the Joint National Council (JNC). OTTAWA, May 28, 2019 /CNW/ – The government has concluded 5 preliminary agreements with groups from the Professional Service Institute of Canada, the Association of Canadian Financial Officers and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. After ratification, the agreements will apply to nearly 30,000 federal public service employees. TBS has published the highlights of the latest round of collective agreements that have been signed. Bargaining Partners: Federal Government Remand Mechanism: Remand Agreements (Esquimalt) (West) (FGDTLC (W)) Collective Agreement Expiration Date: 30.
January 2023 Dispute Resolution Mechanism: Conciliation The following negotiating units that have concluded interim agreements are as follows: With a 97% approval rate at ratification, THE AV Group Bargaining EQUIPE is proud to inform you that our President Debi Daviau and your negotiating team signed your new collective agreement on August 30. Please contact your negotiating team if you have any questions or would like more information about the collective agreement. The Canadian government remains committed to agreements that are reasonable to taxpayers and that provide workers with fair wage increases. Note that there are many steps between where you are and possible strikes. It is best to contact your negotiating team to find out what is going on. Note that human resources information communications published between 2001 and 2007 can be accessed through the Government of Canada Web Archive website. – Joyce Murray, Chairperson of the Ministry of Finance and Minister of Digital Government December 2021 – Appendix “F” on gender inclusive language . For the Socialist Group, one of the priorities, as our members have indicated, was a wage package that was at least the rate of inflation during the contractual period.